AN 934: Using Flexible Radio Platform with Intel® Arria® 10 FPGA and ADI ADRV9029 Sub6G EBZ Board

ID 683317
Date 6/08/2022
Public Configuring the Board

This section describes the necessary board settings to run the Intel and ADI 9025 demo on the Intel® Arria® 10 SoC development board.
Note: A rework Intel® Arria® 10 SoC development board is required to run this demo. Contact Intel support through IPS to obtain the board rework guideline document.

Ensure that the following configuration is correct:

  • DDR4 memory card is installed on the HPS memory slot.
  • Micro SD boot flash card is installed on the boot memory daughter card slot.
  • Board switch configuration:
    • SW1: OFF-OFF-ON-ON
    • SW2: All OFF
    • SW4: All OFF
  • Board jumper configuration:
    • Place jumpers J16, J17, J32 PIN9-PIN10.
    • Leave all other jumpers unplaced.
In the system setup, perform the following steps:
  1. Connect an Ethernet cable to a host PC with connector J5. The universal asynchronous receiver transmitter (UART) is not required.
  2. Connect the ADI ADRV9029 Sub6G EBZ board with the Intel® Arria® 10 SoC development kit through connector J19.
  3. Set the host PC into the same network segment as the board. The IP address of the board is fixed to

Preparing the ADI ADRV9029 Sub6G EBZ Software Environment

Note: Contact ADI support to obtain the MSES User Guide from ADI Corporation.

On the PC side, ensure that you install ADI ADRV9029 Sub6G EBZ software. Refer to the Installation chapter in the MSES User Guide on how to install the software.